Keeping it Human: Four Things Every Teacher Should Consider When Using Technology
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3h ago
I have something to confess. Technology stresses me out. Even though I have been teaching, writing about, and doing research on the use of technology in language learning and teaching for a quarter of a century (wow, that went quickly!) not a day goes by that it does not frustrate me or, increasingly, scare me. […] The post Keeping it Human: Four Things Every Teacher Should Consider When Using Technology appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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How Graded Readers and Engaging Activities Can Ignite Student Interest in the Magic of Books
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by Oxford University Press ELT
3w ago
If contemporary societies view reading as an essential life skill, loving to read is definitely “the” gift that makes all the difference in a person’s life. Reading for pleasure opens doors to all sorts of worlds for us to explore.  When we are hooked on a story, we feel like we have jumped into the […] The post How Graded Readers and Engaging Activities Can Ignite Student Interest in the Magic of Books appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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‘Play Is For Children’: Myths About Learning Through Play
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by Oxford University Press ELT
1M ago
When we think of play, we think of fun, creative, symbolic and social experiences. Yet play is not just an exclusive form of enjoyment for young children. Play is a powerful mechanism for supporting the development of a wide range of skills in learners of all ages – including adults! Ahead of my upcoming session […] The post ‘Play Is For Children’: Myths About Learning Through Play appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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The Big Debate: AI and inclusivity?
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by Oxford University Press ELT
1M ago
Can AI make language learning more personalised and inclusive for all learners? There are many claims for what AI can do for language learning. But do they stand up to scrutiny? One claim for AI is that it can adapt the learning to each individual – it can personalise their learning. In this way, it […] The post The Big Debate: AI and inclusivity? appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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Four more reasons you don’t need to feel worried about teaching English pronunciation.
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by Oxford University Press ELT
2M ago
Robin Walker and Gemma Archer respond to some more common worries teachers have about pronunciation and offer practical solutions to improve your teaching. In our previous blog, we tried to address the anxiety, lack of confidence, and unanswered questions many teachers have about teaching pronunciation; if you missed it, you can catch up here. In […] The post Four more reasons you don’t need to feel worried about teaching English pronunciation. appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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Useful prompts for AI to help teachers save lesson planning time
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by Oxford University Press ELT
2M ago
In the evolving landscape of education, generative AI stands out as a transformative tool for teachers. AI offers teachers a wealth of opportunities to save time and enhance lesson planning and delivery. By leveraging generative AI, you can not only streamline your teaching workflow but also create more engaging, customised learning experiences for your students. With […] The post Useful prompts for AI to help teachers save lesson planning time appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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Differentiation strategies for challenging advanced learners
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by Oxford University Press ELT
2M ago
In the diverse landscape of today’s classrooms, we as teachers constantly strive to meet the varied needs of our students. By using differentiation strategies in the classroom, we can provide extra challenges for our advanced learners. These can be particularly useful if you have a mixed-ability class in which certain students always finish tasks first. […] The post Differentiation strategies for challenging advanced learners appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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Four reasons you don’t need to feel worried about teaching English pronunciation.
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by Oxford University Press ELT
2M ago
Robin Walker and Gemma Archer respond to common worries teachers have about pronunciation and offer practical solutions to improve your teaching. Over the years, both as teachers and trainers, we’ve noticed the clear interest that most English teachers feel for pronunciation. At the same time, we have also observed that teaching English pronunciation can make […] The post Four reasons you don’t need to feel worried about teaching English pronunciation. appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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How To Help Your Students Deal With Common Grammar Mistakes 
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by Oxford University Press ELT
2M ago
English can be a tricky language, even for those who use it every day. No matter how skilled we are in English, sometimes we slip up and make mistakes when speaking or writing. This happens in every language and for every speaker. In this blog, we’ll explore some common errors that English speakers make and why […] The post How To Help Your Students Deal With Common Grammar Mistakes  appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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Developing Integrated Skills And Individual Differences Through Mediation
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by Oxford University Press ELT
2M ago
What is mediation in the context of English language learning? In simple terms, it’s the process where students understand, relay and adapt information or ideas.   Previously, we discussed ways to develop mediation skills among learners. Today, we delve deeper into using mediation to develop integrated skills – Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening – while addressing […] The post Developing Integrated Skills And Individual Differences Through Mediation appeared first on Teaching English with Oxford ..read more
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